ASEV Travel understands the need to balance sustainable tourism practices alongside social, cultural and ethnic differences.
Our mission works towards a 3 tier approach with a focus on:
We aim to contribute to a sustainable society and to sustainable tourism by:
A Non-riding Elephant Preservation Sanctuary in Pakbeng, Laos.
Designed as a pilot project for the ecotourism industry, the Mekong Elephant Park demonstrates the founders’ aim of promoting sustainable tourism and supporting a threatened species as urbanization and the abuses they are confronted with threatens its survival. This project combines:
ASEV Travel invites travellers to meet Om at the Mekong Eden Farm, a young Laotian biologist trained and passionate about plants and agriculture. Accompanied by his assistant and newly international eco-volunteers, Om has re-created since less than a year, 40 minutes away from Luang Prabang, a small Eden along the Mekong on which he cultivates a bio experimental garden in the wild and sensitizes a village community around the good practices of organic farming but also eco-tourism.
We support this young and promising 100% Laotian social entrepreneurship project by suggesting a unique immersive tour of Luang Prabang. In the company of his very young team guests may participate either in:
ASEV Travel believes in reducing plastic waste across the regions that we work. The amount of single use plastic consumption, is one of the biggest environmental dilemmas in Asia Pacific today, due to waste disposal limitations.
Therefore a plastic reduction program was initiated leading ASEV Travel to join the “Refill Not Landfill” project. Refill not Landfill is a global campaign to reduce single-use plastic drinking bottles and other single-use plastic waste. Committed to reduce our environmental footprint ASEV Travel now provides travelers with reusable and refillable bottles and a network of refill stations.
After a trial period where we tested the challenges of this project in each destination we operate in, we are now launching this service for each departure by January 2020 in Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. Vietnam and Thailand have a less extensive network as of today and therefore further solutions are yet to be found to be fully operationnal by 2021.
We are the key to change! By joining this sustainable practise, as our partner, you may directly contribute to the protection of the environment and provide further guidance and awareness to your travellers.
Join us now!